A 1920s Venetian mirror in a guest bath; the tiles are by Waterworks.
The 1840s bed in a guest room was found at an estate sale and is dressed with a 19th-century matelasse? coverlet and an Amish horse blanket; the floor lamp and side table are vintage, and the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Oxford Gray and Silver Lining.
The Colonial Revival house was built in 1896.
The foyer features custom-made light fixtures, a 1940s cabinet, ’50s table lamps from a Paris flea market, and a ’40s chair found in Belgium; the original staircase’s risers and balustrade and the ceiling beams are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Beacon Gray, and the tongue-and-groove ceiling panels are in Ralph Lauren Paint’s Modern Loft.
A midcentury chandelier hangs above an antique table in the kitchen; the sink fittings and wall tiles are by Waterworks.
The living room of Trent Wisehart’s home in South Orange, New Jersey. A vintage Milo Baughman sofa upholstered in a Kravet cotton velvet and wing chairs in a Ralph Lauren Home wool surround a vintage cocktail table and a Baughman bench; the light fixture is 1960s Italian, the large vase behind the sofa is from Aero, and the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Blue Note.
Framed antique scrolls from Tokyo and a 19th-century taxidermy zebra in the master bedroom; the bedding is by Tommy Hilfiger, the quilt is made from antique suiting fabrics, and the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Blue Note.
The 19th-century gilt mirror in the library was a gift from Wisehart’s parents, and the custom shelves hold 18th-and 19th-century Wedgwood; the 1940s club chairs are upholstered in a Rogers & Goffigon linen, and the ottoman is by Dunbar.